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energy as punching a pack of cigarettes out of a machine. can you do it, kelly? >> that's all you can call it-- a sellout. i sold out to the other side. >> in the trade, it's called treason. >> they tortured me. i didn't have guts enough to bite on the cyanide capsule. and i try to live with it. >> yeah, well, most of what i know i learned from you, so i figure i owe you something. >> i'm not in a position to argue that. >> that's right. [foghorn blows] [cards being shuffled, dealt] >> how they knew about it, i'll never know. what they got from me was a little beauty, component for a miniaturized weapons control. i was delivering it to the man in honolulu. the department doesn't believe i gave it up because i cracked. they think i sold out. that's why they handed me the short straw. that's why... they want me dead anonymously 10,000 miles away. so why bother with questions and reasons and soul-searchings when all it needs is a death sentence in code to be executed by an old pal? >> russ? >> yeah? >> so far you haven't saved your life. if you're gonna do it, you'd better do it now. >>
if it's just a solo artist, you know, you're broadcasting a lot of energy, and sometimes you don't feel like you're getting much back, which is okay. i mean, everything's, you know, a balance, eventually. but in those environments, like a living-room concert, it's so real time. people really feed off of it, and one thing i do, i do some improvisational stuff, and it's a really great arena for that. >> do you invite pretty much anybody that's in the audience to come up and sing along? like, how do they get involved? >> the way that i've been doing it is i have this one tune called "pulling back the curtain," and it's just an open format where i ask for some input from the crowd -- three words, and then as i go through those three words, if they feel inclined, they throw more words at me, and then that's one way i've been doing it, and at the last living-room concert, the lady who hosted me, she did sing with me on several songs, and that was just really beautiful. it brought everything together, where i realized that in some way, something that came through me was connecting to her, and
is shove. about as much energy as punching a pack of cigarettes out of a machine. can you do it, kelly? >> that's all you can call it-- a sellout. i sold out to the other side. >> in the trade, it's called treason. >> they tortured me. i didn't have guts enough to bite on the cyanide capsule. and i try to live with it. >> yeah, well, most of what i know i learned from you, so i figure i owe you something. >> i'm not in a position to argue that. >> that's right. [foghorn blows] [cards being shuffled, dealt] >> how they knew about it, i'll never know. what they got from me was a little beauty, component for a miniaturized weapons control. i was delivering it to the man in honolulu. the department doesn't believe i gave it up because i cracked. they think i sold out. that's why they handed me the short straw. that's why... they want me dead anonymously 10,000 miles away. so why bother with questions and reasons and soul-searchings when all it needs is a death sentence in code to be executed by an old pal? >> russ? >> yeah? >> so far you haven't saved your life. if you're gonna do it, you'
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